Asian shares slump on Trump's Hong Kong legislation - Farmers flock to European capitals in protest - Germany trains nurses from Vietnam
China and the US have done a deal. But a longer-term view suggests trade tensions between the pair will only grow. What will that mean for the network of nations trading extensively with both?
Meng Wanzhou, daughter of Huawei's founder and the company's chief financial officer, is in a Vancouver court to fight extradition to the US. DW examines why Monday's hearing is so important?
The US and China's "Phase One" trade deal is a truce that shows US President Donald Trump is under more pressure than his counterpart. China is unlikely to change course, says DW's Frank Sieren.
Human rights advocates say Germany can do more to support Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement and condemn the Uighur camps in Xinjiang, but business interests stand in the way.
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